Jamshedpur, Nov 2: With State BJP facing opposition from within the organization in Jharkhand over the proposal to join hands with AJSU ahead of the Assembly elections party workers and activists of Jugsalai Assembly have registered their protest on Sunday after many senior party leaders and MPs registered their protest with the party leadership at the national level on Saturday.
Protesting the move of the saffron party workers and Presidents of several BJP divisions under Jugsalai Assembly area objected the move after several newspapers and TV channels flashed news about the alliance.
On the occasion Ashok Singh, President of BJP Govindpur division said, BJP has never formed pre poll alliance before with the AJSU party and we object the same in near future.
Workers and activists of BJP have protested the alliance and the party should never form alliance with Sudesh Mahato led AJSU. Singh further said that we are confident and the people of the region should also believe in BJP as this time our candidate will win from Jugsalai Assembly.
If BJP forms a pre poll alliance with AJSU what will happen to the sentiments of all the workers who have put in all efforts to make party presence at every division of the Jugsalai Assembly.
“BJP workers of Jugsalai Assembly will never work for any other party and will never ever campaign for other political parties and if needed we will protest and submit resignation letter, appeal was also made to not have any pre poll alliance with any other regional party as it will affect the sentiments of the workers and will also have effect on the state and party policy,” added Singh.
On the occasion NK Pandey, President of Jugsalai division, Abhay Kumar Choubey Sundernagar, Jitendar Rai Ghorabandha, Pankaj Singh Parsudih and others were present and have written a letter to party President Amit Shah.
It may also be noted that many party leaders and workers have even threatened to take to the streets in protest of the proposed BJP-AJSU tie-up.
Sources said the protesting leaders mainly include MP Ramtahal Choudhary and former MP Yashwant Sinha. Choudhary has written to BJP national president Amit Shah to express his disagreement with the party decision.